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This is the place to learn about all of the ways you can publish (and unpublish) your Leadpages sites. After publishing your site in the builder, we'll also show you how to access your publishing options moving forward.


The fine print

  • Publishing is available on paid plans. If you are in your free trial,  you can end your trial early to gain access.
  • You can publish a Leadpages site to your Leadpages domain or a domain you've connected to Leadpages.
  • Publishing your Leadpages site will overwrite an existing homepage at that domain if you've previously selected a landing page as a homepage in your account settings.
  • If a Leadpages site is already published to the domain you'd like to publish a new site to, you'll want to unpublish that current site first.
  • You may run into an error when attempting to republish.  If so,  you simply need to change the slug on the unpublished page or delete it entirely.  That will free up the slug for publishing again.

First time publishing


  1. Click Publish at the top-right corner of the site builder.
  2. Select the domain where you'd like to publish your site. (If you don't see your domain or would like to connect a different one, click the link below the domains listing.)
  3. Click Publish.

View your site

Click the down_angle button next to Update in the top-right corner of the builder, then "View Site."

Edit site page URLs

You can change the URLs where your site pages are located on your site at any time by navigating to the Pages tab on the left-hand side of the site builder. Click the gear icon next to the page you'd like to edit, then "Edit Page Settings."

More information on site page settings ↗

Publishing options

After you've published your site, you can access your publishing options both from your navigation menu as well as within the site builder.

Navigation menu

  1. Navigate to Sites in your account menu.
  2. Click the Actions more menu next to your site.
  3. Select "Publishing Options."

Site builder

  1. Open your site in the builder by clicking the pencil icon next to it under Sites in your navigation menu.
  2. Click the down_angle button next to Update at the top-right corner of the builder, then click "Publish Options."

Leadpages Domain

Each Leadpages account comes with one Leadpages Domain. One Leadpages site can be published and hosted at this domain for free. i.e.

Looking to change your Leadpages Domain? Contact our support team.

Connected domain

You can connect your domain to Leadpages by clicking Domains in your navigation menu.

More information on connecting a domain to Leadpages ↗

Only one site can be published on each domain, therefore, you'll want to unpublish your site from your chosen domain if you currently have a site published there.

Unpublish your site

  1. Navigate to Sites in your navigation menu.
  2. Click the Actions more menu next to your site.
  3. Select "Unpublish Website."

Frequently asked questions

How is domain security handled? 

We support https:// and SSL protocols by default for all pages and sites published on Leadpages Domains as well as domains connected to Leadpages accounts. You don’t need to purchase your own SSL certificate. Learn more about security ↗

Can I publish my Leadpages Site to WordPress?

If you have an existing site on WordPress with your own domain and hosting, you've got a few options for connecting that domain to Leadpages, assuming you want to keep your WordPress content right where it is. You could connect a custom subdomain for that domain in your host's cPanel, setting up a CNAME record for a custom subdomain of your choosing. This would allow for your WordPress content to live at and Leadpages content at There is not a way to publish a Leadpages Site via the Leadpages WordPress Plugin.

When I view my published site, it's completely blank, white. What now?

Oftentimes this means that some third-party code you have added to the page may be incomplete, frequently a Facebook Pixel. If you added a Pixel or another form of third-party coding to your settings, we would suggest removing that code and pasting the entire code again from its source. Update your page and that should do the trick.

Another possible culprit of the blank page is perhaps a timing control setting you've turned on for sections of your page

What if I see an error stating I have no domains for publishing?

This typically means you already have a site published at the domain in question and you'll need to unpublish that site to free up the domain.

Need more help?

You can always get in touch with our support team—just click Support in your Leadpages navigation menu, or submit a ticket ↗

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